Completely incoherent ramblings about shoes, food and being in love.

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Four Things

Thanks to Kelly I have something to write about today!

Four jobs I've held:

1. Bartender @ Rosie's in Chester, England and The Corn Crib in Gap, PA
2. I was a cool kid and I worked in a record store. Well, I worked in the music department at Borders. I guess that's kind of an allegory of my life...almost cool but still a nerd.
3. Structural Designer at current employer, a.k.a. most boring job ever
4. Pizza delivery grrl

Four movies I can watch over and over:

1. Sliding Doors. B-movie with Gwenyth Paltrow. Fab!
2. Spaceballs, need I say more?
3. Super Troopers
4. Kubrik's entire catalog. Including but not limited to: Eyes Wide Shut, Clockwork Orange, 2001, etc.

Four places I've lived:

1. Hockessin, Delaware
2. London-ish, England (If I said Thorpe, England would you know where that was?)*
3. New Orleans, Louisiana
4. Hobbie, Pennsylvania

Four TV shows I obsess over:

1. Scrubs
2. Gilmore Girls
3. How I Met Your Mother
4. The O.C.

I could go on and sad that t.v. is my life

Four Family Vacations I've been on (does that mean with Mom and Dad? or husband? Hm, I'll do both):

1. Brekenridge, CO (parents)
2. Key West, FL (husband)
3. Everywhere, Europe (parents)
4. San Pancho, Mexico (husband)

Four of my favorite fast food dishes:

Moe's Burritos
2. Chicken McNuggets w/honey
3. Bacon double cheeseburger. The sandwich that destroyed my vegetarianism. "
It's not REAL meat, surely it doesn't count."
4. French Slam from Dennys

Four sites I visit daily:

1. My Blogroll
3. Patterson Schwartz Real Estate (just in case I win the lottery I like to know what's on the market)
4. MySpace

Four places I would rather be right now:

1. On a beach
2. With Colin
3. NYC (but minus the 29" of snow that they have currently)
4. London

Consider Yourself Tagged!

*Funny Side Story:
When my college roommate Janet received her roommate assignment information, her Mom called to let her know. In a bit of a panic she read off:

Jessica Howell, UK

Well, her Mom thought the UK meant Ukraine and she was afraid I wouldn't speak any English. Janet corrected her and all was well, but I always found it to be a humorous story.


Blogger goldmoon said...

The Corn Crib?!?! That just sounds awful.

4:17 PM

Blogger janet said...

haha I still vividly remember the moment I thought I was getting a Ukranian roommate! duhhhh

7:40 PM

Blogger Isabel said...

Always fun to read.

(And I love Mcnuggets with honey to. I thought I was the only one!)

1:07 PM


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